|Above, Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Visitors to Japan have many things to see and do. There are some that may a bit on the unusual side, but fun nonetheless.
Japan Today has an article on ten best cultural experiences as chosen by travelers.
It begins with:
TOKYO - When you travel to Japan, it’s all well and good to see the country, but it’s even better if you can experience it. Thankfully, Japanese travel providers have a wealth of what’re called taiken (“experience”) tours and activities that let you actively participate in aspects of traditional and contemporary Japanese culture.
Of course, the downside to having a wealth of choices is that there simply isn’t time to do all of them. So to help travelers narrow down their selection, the users of TripAdvisor, hot off putting together a list of their favorite restaurants in Japan, have let their voices be heard in an annual ranking of the best activities and tours in Japan, and below are the top 10 (by the way, all of the organizations listed here have English-speaking staff and websites, and we’ll have links for you at the end of the article).
To see what they are, go here.